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Archive for: January, 2014

Ducks win third consecutive game in women’s basketball, 84-72 over Arizona

Oregon’s Jillian Alleyne tied the single-game school record by going 11-of-11 from the field.

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Clean Sweep

No. 51 Oregon routed Fresno State, 7-0, Friday night at the Student Tennis Center. Continue reading

‘That last little nudge… you can’t go to college if you don’t apply’

The University of Oregon’s “College Application Week” attracts the attention of potential collegiate candidates and helps them take the first step toward a higher education.

This all fits in with governor Kitzhaber’s 40-40-20 education plan, a statewide push to have Oregonians to continue to pursue education after receiving their diploma.

Oregon football team to be honored at halftime of men’s basketball game on Saturday

The University has announced that the Oregon football team, winner of the 2014 Valero Alamo Bowl, will be honored at halftime for their 30-7 win over Texas.

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Crash on Jasper Road under investigation

The sheriff’s office was still sorting out what happened Friday afternoon. One truck had heavy damage, and a car was wrapped around a telephone pole. At least one person was taken to the hospital.

Armchair AVAs

Newcomer to Oregon, from the East Coast state of Georgia, Jade Helm takes a first hand look at the new and long-time urban wineries that grace downtown Eugene; including, a stop in the 5th Street Market’s Route 5 NW Wine Bar.

Fatal crash closes Hwy 20 east of Santiam Pass

At least one person is dead in a 2-car crash on Highway 20, about 6 miles east of Santiam Pass. State police say the crash and emergency response have closed the highway in both directions.

Veteran with medical issues vanishes: ‘Nobody has heard a thing’

A 23-year-old Army veteran of the Iraq conflict who suffers from PTSD and bi-polar disorder left his home Tuesday night on a bicycle without a phone, food or money is now the subject of a missing person investigation.

Possible hazmat response closes High from 6th to 7th

High Street is closed from 6th to 7th avenues near the old Federal courthouse as authorities respond to a possible hazardous materials situation.

Oregon Ducks Basketball Can’t Execute in Closing Seconds In Loss to UCLA

Oregon Ducks basketball can’t corral a rebound and then fail to execute in final play in loss to UCLA.




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